Jaime Reusche is a vice president and senior analyst in Moody's sovereign risk group where he is responsible for analysis and ratings of Latin American sovereigns. Previously, Reusche was a lead analyst for Moody's European sovereigns during the European debt crisis, before refocusing on Latin America. He also worked as a director in Fitch Ratings' sovereigns group covering Latin American credits including Argentina, Chile and Central American countries until 2011. Prior to this, Reusche held the positions of analyst, associate analyst, and senior associate throughout his nearly seven years at the sovereigns group in Moody's Investors Service from 2004 to early 2010, where he covered Latin American and Eastern European sovereigns. He graduated from the Flemming College of Business and Economics at Florida Atlantic University with a degree in economics and international business and trade.